22.08.2014

Chinese horoscope zodiac 2016 olympics

Chinese apply Five Elements (Metal, Water, Wood, Fire and Earth) into the Chinese calendar. According to Chinese Horoscope calendar, the first day of Red Monkey is on February 4, 2016.
The first day of the Chinese astrological year is the first day of the Tiger Month (Start of Spring).
The prediction for 2016 Year of Monkey is based on your birth year, the Chinese zodiac signs. If you want to have good return for your money investment, then you need to outsmart the Monkey. Think twice before you leap when making changes for your finance, career, business relationship and people relationship. It goes without saying that Chinese New Year (also known as the Spring Festival) is the most important date in the Chinese lunar calendar. Not only is Chinese New Year the most important festival, it is also the longest festival, lasting 15 days – the entire duration of a lunar phase. The Chinese lunar calendar itself is an extremely complicated creation, and it is based on lunar phases, equinoxes and solstices.
Once upon a time the Emperor of Heaven, the Jade Emperor, decided that there should be a way of measuring time. The other animals also have their own stories of course, each about how they got to the finish line. Being a generally superstitious culture, the Chinese believe that if the first day of the New Year did not start out on the right foot, things would go disastrously wrong for the rest of the year. Nian (if he ever existed before), has probably died of old age now, but the traditions from long ago are still incorporated till today. Other than that, some families may hire a lion dance troupe as a symbolic ritual to usher in the Chinese New Year as well as to evict bad spirits from the premises.
Since Chinese New Year’s eve and the whole first day of Chinese New Year was spent visiting the father’s side of the family, the second day has been rightfully dedicated to the mother’s side.
The last day of Chinese New Year is known as ‘Chap Goh Meh’, when translated means: ‘Fifteenth Night’.
If this is the first time you are hearing about Chinese New Year, then you definitely need to come check it out for yourself. Kek Lok Si temple in Penang will also hold its own celebration, lasting for 33 days starting a few days before Chinese New Year to a few days after.
Around the same area, just a little way down from Esplanade or Penang City Hall, there will be a government held celebration as well on a few of the more famous streets like Armenien street, Chulia Stree and Ah Quee Street. Horoscope - free weekly astrology, About collection while it would be nice to predict what the future has in store, the magic 8-ball we’ve been holding onto just doesn’t seem to be doing it for.
Horoscope - definition horoscope free dictionary, Having completed the grammatical horoscope of this matter, i answer up confidently and state in german that the bird is staying in the blacksmith shop "wegen (on. Sagittarius rabbit horoscope, zodiac sign sagittarius, Free sagittarius and rabbit horoscope of personality combination according to western zodiac sign and chinese astrology forecasts for rabbit year.. Predict my future husband free, predict my future husband name, predict my future husband online, can astrology predict my future husband. Copyright © 2012 Autos Weblog, All trademarks are the property of the respective trademark owners. A long long time ago, the Jade Emperor decided to have a grand race and all the animals in the kingdom were invited. The 12 animals that came for the grand race were a rat, ox, tiger, rabbit, dragon, snake, horse, goat, monkey, rooster, dog and pig. Upon hearing of the Jade Emperor’s invitation to the grand race, the Cat invited his best friend the Rat to join him, and they agreed to go together.
Alas, when the Cat finally woke up, it was already too late and did not make it to the race on time. Along the way, the Rat saw other animals were in front of him and they all can run much faster. He knows that the Ox is the mightiest swimmer and being a very straightforward animal, will believe in anything. The Ox, being a kind and straightforward animal agreed to let the Rat ride and swim across together. The first year in the Chinese Zodiac calendar is therefore named after the cunning Rat and the second, after the Ox.
The heavy current kept pushing him downstream, but with all his might he finally managed to get to shore and came third in the race.
As soon as the Dragon took his seat next to the Rat, Ox, Tiger and Rabbit, the Horse came charging in.
Running to the finishing line, the Sheep managed to arrive first followed by Monkey then Rooster. The Pig as expected, was hungry and although he was in the race, he decided to stop to eat. It is a truth universally acknowledged that Chinese New Year is much, much better than our same old, boring New Year. For our readers, we’ve prepared a glimpse into your year based on what the stars and your Chinese Zodiac sign have put upon your fate. Those born during the Year of the Rat are known to be smart and alert—two things that you’ll definitely need because there’s a chance that you will be charged with possession of illegal drugs while cruising down SLEX. Everyone sees you as the approachable type but you’re probably shy when it comes to meeting new people.
In China, people think of themselves descendants of dragons, probably making them all related to Danaerys Targaryen.
If you haven’t tried it yet, being faithful can actually bring you a lot of luck this year. Your sensitivity and love of nature means that you really cannot take everything that’s going on in Manila right now. You’ve seen too many episodes of How to Make it In America, so now is the year to start your T-shirt business.
If you don't know your zodiac sign and were born after February 4, you can find your animal sign by your birth year using the following chart. During the celebrations, entire households spend a small fortune just on festivities alone. This is because the entire celebration itself adheres to the Chinese Lunar Calendar, and Chinese New Year is traditionally celebrated on the first day of the first month of the first year.
He then initiated a race across a river – the first 12 animals to cross the river would then have the honor of being in the zodiac calendar.


This is why many Chinese households adhere to strict traditions, to dispel bad luck and bring in prosperity instead.
The story of Chinese New Year is an interesting one, and it explains many of the rituals and symbols used today.
Rituals and taboos are so abundant during this period that from now on let’s proceed according to the chronology. Lucky foods include oranges, and they are purchased by the crates as they are considered to attract wealth.
The whole house from top to bottom will be cleaned thoroughly, from the windows and walls to the roof.
On this day, extended families (from the father’s side) will gather for a family reunion dinner. Traditionally, it was the only time where brides could visit their birth parents, relatives and friends.
Therefore it is unwise to leave your house for too long in case ‘Cai Shen Ye’ decides to pay a visit. It is also known as the lantern festival, where everyone lights candles to guide the wayward sprits home. The highly charged atmosphere of the whole celebration cannot be justified in writing alone – nothing can compare to receiving your first red packet (with real money!), cheering on the Lion Dance Troupe, or even being playfully nudged by the lion himself. A total of 200,000 lightbulbs and 10,000 lanterns will be lit up to shed light on this century-old temple.
For people who like cultural or heritage sites, this is the place to go for you to make the best of both worlds because Georgetown has been recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage City. Grateful for their efforts, the Emperor rewarded them by naming each year of the Chinese Zodiac calendar after these 12 animals. So, fearing he might miss the grand race, he asked the Rat to wake him up the next morning.
As they neared the shore, the Rat quickly jumped off the Ox’s back and sprint to the finishing line. Apparently he had to slow down as he had to make rain for all the people and all the creatures on earth. Unaware to the Horse, the Snake had clung on to the his leg, and the moment they are about to reach the finishing line, the Snake quickly jumped. He managed to convince them to work and help each other to cross the river, rather than doing it individually. He was a playful animal and was splashing around in the water too much, leaving others to overtake him. In fact Jade Emperor had given up hope of any more animals arriving when he suddenly heard the oink oink.
Ours lasts for, well, one day, but the festivities that surround CNY takes 17 days of fun activities such as setting off fireworks, chilling with the family, and stacking up all those hongbaos from your relatives.
Master Thean Y Nang (try reading that real fast), a Malaysian fortune master, already said that Hillary Clinton will become US’s first female President and that the ebola outbreak will be devastating. Females born during the year of the dragon are known to be overconfident and are frank—two of the top reasons why most of them are still single. When it comes to work, make sure you stick to one job instead of losing your mind to 10,000 rakets all happening at the same time.
Even though I really hate the second Sex and the City movie, I really think that you, Kim Cattrall, and the other two—whatever their names are—can really bring it in one more time for a third Sex and the City movie. This is definitely the year that you will offend the Ancient Chinese God Taisui, bringing upon a series of misfortunes in your life! The Year of the Monkey will bring upon a series of high-risk health-related issues that may create a severe impact in your life. Businesses and other forms of work stop and everyone sets aside for at least 3 days to join in the celebrations. Even with the diffusion of the Gregorian calendar into the Chinese culture, Chinese people still use the lunar calendar to determine other important festivals as well as auspicious dates (for marriage, childbirth and the like).
Because its system is totally different from the Gregorian system, Chinese New Year does not happen on the same day every year. For example, people born in the year of the rat will be quick-witted, enterprising and selfish; people born in the year of the ox will be friendly, genuine and apathetic.
However, not all is grim and dreary – Chinese New Year is actually more of a joyous occasion than anything else. At the end of every year, Nian would satisfy his hunger by eating humans – he had a special appetite for children.
We will start a few weeks before Chinese New Year, because the preparations are just as important as the event itself. Pineapples are another fruit that is well received during Chinese New Year because its Chinese name literally translates to mean ‘Come, good luck’. This is because families aren’t allowed to sweep the house for the whole period of Chinese New Year.
This dinner usually takes place in the grandparent’s house or the house of the most senior person in the family. Business and shops normally reopen on that day and it is no longer considered bad luck to sweep the house. Crowds of people, families, and children will also walk the street with lanterns…it really is a sight when watched from a bird’s eye view. In Malaysia, the best place for experiencing Chinese New Year will undoubtedly be in Georgetown, Penang. This is also the opportunity for you to photograph some of the famous street arts by renown street artist, Ernest Zacharevic.
He even convinced the Ox that being a small animal, he will not be able to run faster than him. He tried to cross the river by jumping from stone to stone, but lost his balance and was almost drowned. At that moment, the Horse, taken by surprised, lunged backward and hence, lost to the Snake who claimed the 6th position. Nothing, because you are wise enough to pay up and get away with it because we’re living in a corrupt country.
This is the year to have a harmonious relationship with your peers, which can only mean one thing: stop believing in monogamy. You only have two hands and one mind, so make sure that you set your priorities straight to have a better and meaner output.
Sure, your friends are all here in Manila, but wouldn’t you want to start a new life, one that is payak and tama lang?


The Chinese people believe this so they wear red socks, underwear, and jewelry to drive the bad juju away.
The year of 2013 happens to be the year of the snake, and its characteristics include being acute, cunning and proud. It is the time where the entire extended family gets together, the time for everyone to buy new clothes, the time to eat good food, and also the time to improve relationships with family and friends. People feared this beast the most because every time he came out, whole villages would be destroyed at a time. Preparations for Chinese New Year start way before the actual date as this is the time where families start buying items that contain good fortune and prosperity to decorate the house. Other than that, ‘Nian Gao’ (a sticky sweetish substance) is popular because it can also mean ‘Nian Nian Zhang Gao’, translated to mean ‘to grow bigger and taller every year’.
Dinner includes all the ‘lucky foods’ mentioned above and will usually comprise of all the favorite dishes of the family. In Malaysia and Indonesia, this night is also dedicated to young ladies searching for a suitable love partner. Also, if you enjoying driving hard bargains and deals, this is the time for you to scout around as items are all on sales and promotions at almost any shops. Instead of reaching for the most gwapo, just settle for the okay na, but with a huge package.
If you’re born in the Year of the Monkey like Grace Poe, it’s probably not a good idea to run for the presidency, except maybe if you grab all the red underwear at La Senza. Dengue, AIDS, Ebola, the Zika virus and the small-headed babies that it can bring, depression, and zombies—they’re out there and there’s nothing you can do about it, you poor dog.
Most governments with a significant Chinese population usually use this as a basis to plan their holidays. Some very traditional Chinese people go to the extent of planning to have their children in a certain year – boys born in the year of the dragon are highly favored.
Most items are red (remember the story of Nian); red banners with the words ‘Gong Xi Fa Cai’ (more on that later) are extremely common. Children, teenagers or unmarried young adults will go up to all senior relatives to wish them ‘Gong Xi Fa Cai’, which is translated to mean ‘May you be blessed with good fortune and prosperity’. The second day is also known as the birthday of all dogs, so people are especially kind to their furry friends and feed them with extra food. Hence, even though there are traditionally 10 days left in Chinese New Year, the major festivities will have come to an end. Young ladies who believe in this will write their contact number on a mandarin orange, and throw it into a lake or river. The cat and the rat immediately realized that the ox was a good choice when he took the lead with ease, navigating the waters without difficulty. In the end, villagers had no choice but to huddle up in their homes and tried not to be eaten.
Other than that, red packets are also bought in bulk so that there will be enough red packets (again, more on that later) to distribute during the whole 15 days of Chinese New Year.
Paintings of fish and oranges are highly favored, and they are hung up as decorations on all the walls. It is also the ideal time for them to catch up on each other’s lives if they live far away. This term will be heard very commonly throughout the whole 15 days of Chinese New Year as everyone wishes each other with this phrase. The head of the lion can be fully controlled – in some dances, the lion even blinks in time to the beat of the drums.
The third day and the fourth day are basically saved for visiting houses of friends, but some conservative Chinese believe that visiting during these days will bring both parties bad luck. The occasional business dinner or last minute visitings will still be conducted here and there, but nothing will be as grand as the first 3 days. Local celebrities and dance troupes will be there to entertain the crowds, and the whole performance will be aired live on National TV. There are 12 signs altogether, one animal for each year and it moves in a cycle, repeating itself every 12 years.
Firecrackers are set off at midnight, and the goal is to make as much noise as possible to scare away evil spirits (but more to usher in the New Year than anything these days).
They believe that during these 2 days, evil spirits roam the earth, so going outdoors at all will be bad luck. If the orange is sweet, that means that the relationship would go well; if sour, that means the man should probably steer clear from that woman. The 12 lucky animals to be included (in order) are the rat, ox, tiger, rabbit, dragon, snake, horse, goat, monkey, rooster, dog and pig.
After the children wish the elders ‘Gong Xi Fa Cai’, elders will distribute the ‘angpows’ (red packets) to them. While performing, people may place red packets in hard to reach places, and it is the job of the lion to get it while maintaining the movements of a lion.
Money can be found in these ‘angpows’, and the money is thought to bring prosperity to the receiver of the red packet. Professional lion dance troupes are extremely impressive; they consist of many people in the costume, and can perform extreme balancing feats. The distributions of angpows are reciprocal (meaning that children in every family will receive a red packet from other families), so that both parties will receive good fortune. The drummers of the troupe are also highly skilled; some can play the beats to such a climax that people just start cheering. He was the first to reach and therefore had the honor of being the first animal in the zodiac. Instead, he fled to the brink of the village, circling the perimeter but not daring to come in. The boy’s parents lit up a torch so that they could find their son and bring him back to the safety of their hut. However, if any bad luck has befallen the family (like the death of a relative), families refrain from handing out the red packets for three years.
They thought about what it was exactly that spared them and in the end, concluded that Nian was afraid of the color red (the little boy wore striking red color clothes) and loud explosions.



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